Segura isn't eligible for arbitration until after the 2015 season and isn't eligible for free agency until after the 2018 season, so there's no imminent need to sign Segura to a longterm deal. However, both sides have reasons to negotiate for a multiyear extension, as it would give the organization future payroll clarity with one of its best young players while providing Segura with financial security.
Taylor spent all of the 2013 season on the disabled list due to a torn labrum. He went 3-4 with a 4.27 ERA, 1.44 WHIP and 56:25 K:BB ratio in 59 innings between Double-A Arkansas and Triple-A Salt Lake in 2012.
Baker missed the last few days with a minor quad injury but should be fine moving forward. He is 5 for 18 with two walks in eight games this spring.
Koehler is on a roll, pitching nine scoreless innings with nine strikeouts, four hits and one walk in his last two appearances. He owns a 0.75 ERA and 11:2 K:BB ratio in 12 innings this spring.
The only run of the game came on a second-inning home run by Marlins catcher Jarrod Saltalamacchia, and Wheeler was able to bounce back from the long ball and cruise the rest of the way. He pitched six scoreless innings in two games leading into Friday's loss.
"I never expected he was going to hit me over there with two out, there was no reason," Nunez said. "I’ll be fine. They checked me out, gave me ice, we’ll see."
Nunez went 0 for 2 with an RBI before exiting. He is 6 for 25 with one home run this spring.
Barnhart went 4 for 14 in nine games this spring. Partch surrendered five runs (one earned) in 4 2/3 innings.
Gentry hit soft toss Friday after taking some swings off a tee Tuesday. He has been out for much of spring training with a lower back strain.
Davis went 1 for 3 with a double and two walks. He didn't run the bases in the pregame but did some light jogging as he works his way back from calf soreness.
"Hopefully it feels better by next week to get into the big league games," Davis told MLB.com. "I actually had a decent day. I kept the ball in the air, which is nice. I didn't roll over anything, but obviously I haven't hit a live ball in about a week or so. I didn't break all my bats and swing and miss every time, so that was nice. I felt good."
Duda went 0 for 4 with a walk and also didn't run the bases before the game. However, he was able to run in the outfield. Duda is recovering from a hamstring strain.
"I have a fastball, a cutter and a changeup that I'm really comfortable with," LeBlanc said Friday. "But I needed to really work on the way I attack left-handed hitters, because that's always been a weakness of mine, and I feel like I've really figured something out along those lines this offseason. So far in camp, it's been pretty successful."
LeBlanc isn't going to break camp in the major-league rotation barring a rash of injuries to Angel starters, but he could very well pick up some starts throughout the season if he proves he can consistently handle left-handed hitting. He has yet to allow a run in 5 1/3 spring innings while striking out six and walking two.